Rochester professor and pastor to present at Houghton University lecture series

Accommodation & Approximation: Theological Foundations for Faithful Engagement in the World Today will be the focus next month during a free Houghton University Woolsey Lecture Series on Theology and Culture.

Douglas R. Cullum, Ph.D., one of the founding faculty members of Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, will discuss the topic during a 7PM to 8PM, Thursday, November 10, presentation in the Recital Hall of the Center for the Arts, with a reception to follow.

He also will speak from 11:10AM to 11:50AM, Friday, November 11, during a Wesley Chapel service. The public is invited to both events.

Cullum serves as vice-president and dean emeritus, and professor of historical and pastoral theology at Northeastern and also co-pastors Community of the Savior Free Methodist Church in Rochester.

His teaching ministry seeks to nurture restoration and renewal in relation to the pressing needs of today’s world.

Both lecture series locations are on the Houghton campus at 1 Willard Avenue.

Further information is available at or (585) 567-9634.
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